Sunset (Napszállta) (2019)
Critic Consensus: Sunset (Napszállta) struggles to fill its runtime with consistently compelling drama, but uses one woman's experiences to convincingly capture a society at a crossroads.
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as Írisz Leiter
as Oszkár Brill
as Otto Von Koenig
as Countess Rédey
as Dr. Herz
as Mrs. Müller
as Man with Monocle
as Man in White
as The Princess
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Sunset is one of the most innovative and invigorating films I've seen, and I can't imagine that anything else this year could have topped it.
Nothing is ever quite clear - often literally, because Nemes likes to keep the middle-distance out of focus. It was chillingly effective in Son of Saul. Here it's just deadening.
Maybe doesn't amount to much, but it's compelling as all hell, and Juli Jakab is a major find.
I won't be deterred from believing that Nemes is a genius of some kind.
Perhaps Nemes was hoping to let the precision of his intricately staged images artfully clash with the absurdity of a chaotic plot. But the result is more tedious than tense.
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